Revival-ReunionGOD TV is to air an extraordinary live broadcast this weekend featuring Steve Hill of the Brownsville Revival of the 1990s and Nathan Morris of the current Bay Revival, together with pastor John Kilpatrick, the host of both spiritual outpourings.

Revival Reunion, happening at the Mobile Convention Center in Alabama, will be broadcast exclusively on GOD TV at 9 p.m. (EST) Friday and will also feature worship led by Lindell Cooley and Lydia Stanley Marrow.

The Brownsville Revival ran from 1995 to 2000, attracting more than 4 million people to Pensacola, Fla. Often televised on GOD TV, it was characterized by passionate salvation messages from evangelist Steve Hill, a call to holiness from Kilpatrick and worship led by Cooley.

The Bay Revival started in Daphne, Ala., in July 2010. It overflowed to the Mobile Convention Center and is now on a city-to-city tour of the USA. It is recognized for its many miracles, radical preaching from British evangelist Morris, teaching by Kilpatrick and original songs written by Marrow.

Hill will be sharing at Revival Reunion concerning a fresh mandate he has from God. A walking miracle, Hill has battled cancer for several years and two years ago was given just days to live, but he asked God to spare his life so that he could win another million souls.

“We love Steve Hill and thank God for preserving his life. We share his passion for souls, along with John Kilpatrick and Nathan Morris, and we honor these men for their faithfulness and obedience,” said Wendy Alec, GOD TV's director of television.

GOD TV Chief Executive Rory Alec said it was extraordinary to see a Brownsville Revival Reunion, joined with the current Bay Revival. “We thank God for revival worldwide. It's not just for America; it's for all nations and it's for your living room!” he said. “And from your living room your home will change, your neighborhood will be transformed!”

GOD TV can be watched via satellite across the U.S. on channel 365 of DirecTV and via cable and digital terrestrial transmission in some cities. The three-hour Revival Reunion event will be streamed live at God.tv, via Roku Streaming players (roku.com) and through the GOD TV App, available on iTunes.

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